JP4892283B2 - Electronic device mounting structure and pneumatic tire - Google Patents

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JP4892283B2
JP4892283B2 JP2006161497A JP2006161497A JP4892283B2 JP 4892283 B2 JP4892283 B2 JP 4892283B2 JP 2006161497 A JP2006161497 A JP 2006161497A JP 2006161497 A JP2006161497 A JP 2006161497A JP 4892283 B2 JP4892283 B2 JP 4892283B2
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60CVEHICLE TYRES; TYRE INFLATION; TYRE CHANGING OR REPAIRING; REPAIRING, OR CONNECTING VALVES TO, INFLATABLE ELASTIC BODIES IN GENERAL; DEVICES OR ARRANGEMENTS RELATED TO TYRES
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  The present invention relates to an electronic device mounting structure for mounting an electronic device such as a transponder on the inner liner side of the pneumatic tire, and a pneumatic tire including the electronic device mounting structure.

  In recent years, in order to measure the internal pressure or the like of a pneumatic tire, an electronic device such as a transponder is often attached to the inner liner side of the pneumatic tire, and the electronic device is usually attached to the inner liner side as follows.

That is, a rubber pedestal is previously attached to the surface of the inner liner by vulcanization adhesion using a raw tire vulcanization process. Then, an adhesive is applied to at least one of the front surface of the rubber pedestal or the back surface of the electronic device (the back surface of the electronic device main body), and the electronic device is placed at a predetermined position on the surface of the inner liner. An electronic device is attached to the surface of the base by bonding. Alternatively, by placing the electronic device at a predetermined position on the surface of the inner liner and tightening a screw (see Patent Document 1), the electronic device is mounted on the surface of the rubber pedestal by a screw action (screwing action).
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  By the way, when the electronic device is repaired, discarded, etc., it is necessary to remove the electronic device from the rubber pedestal and mount the repaired electronic device or another electronic device on the rubber pedestal.

  However, since the electronic device is attached to the surface of the rubber pedestal by bonding or screwing, it is troublesome or time consuming to attach / detach the electronic device to / from the rubber pedestal. For this reason, there is a problem that work such as repair and discard of the electronic device becomes complicated or takes a long time, and work efficiency such as repair and discard of the electronic device decreases.

  Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to provide an electronic device mounting structure and a pneumatic tire having a novel configuration in which the electronic device can be attached and detached by a one-touch operation in order to solve the above-described problems.

  The first feature of the present invention (feature of the invention described in claim 1) is an electronic device for mounting an electronic device having a mounting plate made of a rigid material on the bottom side to the inner liner side of a pneumatic tire. A device mounting structure, which is directly or indirectly mounted on the surface of the inner liner, and is provided integrally with the support plate made of a rigid material and the surface of the support plate. A pair of first restricting members that restrict movement of the plate, a pair of second restricting members that are integrally provided on the surface of the support plate and restrict movement of the mounted plate in the tire width direction, and a pair of A locking claw that is integrally provided on the distal end side of the first regulating member and / or the pair of second regulating members, and that can be latched to the mounted plate, When the mounting plate is inserted into an insertion space defined by the pair of first restriction members and the pair of second restriction members from a direction perpendicular to the surface of the support plate, any of the restriction members is inserted. The attached plate is locked by the plurality of locking claws by being elastically deformed.

  Here, “the plate to be attached is provided” means that the electronic device is provided as a component on the bottom side of the electronic device and the electronic device on the bottom side of the electronic device as a separate member. Including the case where it was done. Further, “directly or indirectly attached to the surface of the inner liner” means that it is provided directly on the surface of the inner liner and indirectly on the surface of the inner liner via a rubber pedestal. Including the case where it is provided. Further, “provided integrally” means including being integrally formed.

  According to the first feature, when the electronic device is attached to the inner liner side, the attachment plate is inserted into the insertion space from a direction orthogonal to the surface of the support plate, The restricting member is elastically deformed, and the attached plate is locked by the plurality of locking claws. Thereby, the electronic device can be mounted on the surface of the support plate by a one-touch operation.

  When removing the electronic device from the inner liner side, any one of the regulating members is elastically deformed to release the locked state of the mounted plate by the plurality of locking claws, and the mounted plate is It is moved in a direction perpendicular to and away from the surface of the support plate. Thereby, the electronic device can be detached from the surface of the support plate by a one-touch operation.

  In addition to the above-described operation, the pair of first restricting members restricts movement of the attached plate in the tire circumferential direction, and the pair of second restricting members restricts movement of the attached plate in the tire width direction. Since the movement of the pneumatic tire is restricted, it is possible to sufficiently prevent the electronic device from being displaced due to various inputs during travel of the pneumatic tire.

  According to a second feature of the present invention (a feature of the invention described in claim 2), in addition to the first feature, each of the first restricting members extends in the tire width direction and is an end surface of the attached plate. Each of the second regulating members has a second wall surface extending in the tire circumferential direction and capable of contacting the end surface of the mounted plate. It is.

  A third feature of the present invention (a feature of the invention described in claim 3) is an electronic device for mounting an electronic device having a mounting plate made of a rigid material on the bottom side to the inner liner side of a pneumatic tire. A device mounting structure, which is directly or indirectly mounted on the surface of the inner liner, and is provided integrally with the support plate made of a rigid material and the surface of the support plate. And three or more restricting members that restrict movement in the tire width direction, and at least two of the three or more restricting members are integrally provided on the distal end side of the restricting member, An insertion that is partitioned by the three or more restriction members from a direction perpendicular to the surface of the support plate. When inserted into between, any of said regulating member is elastically deformed, it is that adapted to lock the target mounting plate by a plurality of the locking pawl.

  According to a third feature, when the electronic device is attached to the inner liner side, the attachment plate is inserted into the insertion space from a direction orthogonal to the surface of the support plate, The restricting member is elastically deformed, and the attached plate is locked by the plurality of locking claws. Thereby, the electronic device can be mounted on the surface of the support plate by a one-touch operation.

  When removing the electronic device from the inner liner side, any one of the regulating members is elastically deformed to release the locked state of the mounted plate by the plurality of locking claws, and the mounted plate is It is moved in a direction perpendicular to and away from the surface of the support plate. Thereby, the electronic device can be detached from the surface of the support plate by a one-touch operation.

  Further, in addition to the above-described action, since the movement of the mounted plate in the tire circumferential direction and the tire width direction is regulated by three or more regulating members, the electronic device is operated by various inputs during traveling of the pneumatic tire. It can fully suppress that position shift arises in a device.

  According to a fourth feature of the present invention (a feature of the invention described in claim 4), in addition to the third feature, each of the regulating members has a wall surface that can come into contact with an end surface of the mounted plate. It is that.

  A fifth feature of the present invention (a feature of the invention described in claim 5) is attached to the surface of the inner liner by adhesion in addition to any one of the first feature to the fourth feature. A rubber pedestal, and the support plate is attached to the surface of the rubber pedestal by adhesion.

  According to a sixth feature of the present invention (the feature of the invention described in claim 6), in addition to the fifth feature, when the raw tire is vulcanized, the rubber base is vulcanized and adhered to the surface of the inner liner. That is to be done.

  According to a seventh feature of the present invention (a feature of the invention described in claim 7), in addition to any one of the first to sixth features, the rigid material is a light metal (for example, aluminum, Duralumin etc.) or hard resin (for example, MC nylon etc.).

  An eighth feature of the present invention (a feature of the invention described in claim 8) is a pneumatic tire, comprising an electronic device mounting structure comprising any one of the first to seventh means. It is to be prepared.

  According to the invention of any one of claims 1 to 8, the electronic device can be attached to and detached (attached / detached) from the surface of the support plate by a one-touch operation. It is possible to simplify and shorten the work such as repair and discard of the electronic device, and improve the work efficiency of repair and discard of the electronic device.

  Further, since it is possible to sufficiently suppress the displacement of the electronic device due to various inputs during the running of the pneumatic tire, the mounting state of the electronic device is stable, and a failure or the like occurs in the electronic device. It becomes difficult.

(First embodiment)
A first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 (a) and 1 (b), FIG. 2, and FIG.

  Here, FIG. 1A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the first embodiment, FIG. 1B is a view of FIG. 1A viewed from above, and FIG. FIG. 3 is a partial cross-sectional view of a pneumatic tire according to an embodiment of the present invention.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the pneumatic tire 1 according to the embodiment of the present invention includes a pair of bead portions 5 that can be fitted to the rim 3, and each bead portion 5 includes a bead core 7 and the bead core. 7 and a bead wheeler 9 disposed outside the tire radial direction R. Further, one end portion of the toroidal carcass 11 is connected to the bead core 7 in one bead portion 5 so as to be folded back from the inner side to the outer side in the tire width direction W, and the bead core 7 in the other bead portion 5 is The other end of the carcass 11 is connected so as to be folded back from the inside in the tire width direction W. Here, the carcass 11 has a plurality of steel cords (not shown) extending in the radial direction by rubber.

  In the crown region of the carcass 11, for example, a two-layer belt 13 is provided. The belt 13 exhibits a so-called effect, and a number of steels extending in a direction inclined in the tire circumferential direction C. The cord (not shown) is rubber-coated. A tread portion 15 is provided on the outer peripheral surface of the belt 13, and a plurality of circumferential main grooves 17 extending in the tire circumferential direction C are formed in the tread portion 15. Further, sidewall portions 19 are provided between the tread portion 15 on one side surface of the carcass 11 and the one bead portion 5 and between the tread portion 15 on the other side surface of the carcass 11 and the other bead portion 5. Yes. Further, an inner liner 21 is provided on the inner surface of the carcass 11 to prevent air leakage.

  A transponder 23 is attached to the inner liner 21 side (the surface side of the inner liner 21). This transponder 23 is one of electronic devices and is used for monitoring the tire internal pressure and the internal temperature. It is. The transponder 23 is a box-shaped transponder main body (electronic device main body) 25 made of a light metal (one of rigid materials) such as aluminum and incorporating a plurality of electronic components (not shown) such as ICs, capacitors, resistors, and the like. And a rectangular mounting plate 27 provided on the bottom side of the transponder body 25 and made of a light metal such as aluminum.

  In the embodiment of the present invention, the mounted plate 27 is provided as a component of the transponder 23 on the bottom side of the transponder 23. However, a mounted plate as a separate member is provided on the bottom side of the transponder 23. It does not matter. Further, the transponder body 25 or the mounted plate 27 may be made of another rigid material such as a hard resin instead of a light metal such as aluminum.

  Next, an electronic device mounting structure 29 for mounting the transponder 23 on the inner liner 21 side will be described.

  As shown in FIGS. 1A, 1B, and 2, a rectangular rubber pedestal 31 is formed on the surface of the inner liner 21 (specifically, on the back side portion of the tread portion 15 on the surface of the inner liner 21). The support plate 33 made of hard resin is attached to the surface of the rubber pedestal 31 by adhesion. In other words, the support plate 33 is attached to the surface of the inner liner 21. It is attached indirectly via. Here, when the raw tire (the tire before being completed as the pneumatic tire 1) is vulcanized, the rubber pedestal 31 is vulcanized and bonded to the surface of the inner liner 21. The support plate 33 may be directly attached to the surface of the inner liner 21 instead of being indirectly attached to the surface of the inner liner 21 via the rubber pedestal 31. Further, the support plate 33 may be made of another rigid material such as a light metal instead of the hard resin.

  On the surface of the support plate 33, a pair of first restricting members 35 for restricting movement of the mounted plate 27 in the tire circumferential direction C are integrally formed by injection molding, and each first restricting member 35 includes: A first wall surface 35 a extending in the tire width direction W and capable of contacting the end surface of the mounted plate 27 is provided. Further, a pair of second restricting members 37 for restricting movement of the mounted plate 27 in the tire width direction W are integrally formed on the surface of the support plate 33 by injection molding, and each of the second restricting members 37 is formed. Has a second wall surface 37 a that extends in the tire circumferential direction C and can abut against the end surface of the mounted plate 27. Further, locking claws 39 that can be locked to the mounting plate 27 are integrally formed on the distal ends of the pair of second restricting members 37 by injection molding. Is formed with a tapered portion 39a.

  Instead of the pair of first restricting members 35, the pair of second restricting members 37, and the pair of locking claws 39 being integrally formed with the support plate 33 made of hard resin by injection molding, a light metal such as aluminum is used. The support plate 33 may be integrally provided by bending.

  When the attached plate 27 is inserted into the insertion space S defined by the pair of first restricting members 35 and the pair of second restricting members 37 from the direction D orthogonal to the surface of the support plate 33, FIG. 1 (a), the second restricting member 37 (or the pair of second restricting members 37) is elastically deformed and the attached plate 27 is engaged by the pair of locking claws 39. It comes to stop.

  Then, the effect | action and effect of 1st Embodiment are demonstrated.

  When the transponder 23 is attached to the inner liner 21 side, by inserting the attached plate 27 into the insertion space S from the direction D perpendicular to the surface of the support plate 33, one second restricting member 37 (or The pair of second restricting members 37) are elastically deformed, and the attached plate is locked by the plurality of locking claws. Thereby, the transponder 23 can be mounted on the surface of the support plate 33 by a one-touch operation.

  When the transponder 23 is removed from the inner liner 21 side, one of the second restricting members 37 (or the pair of second restricting members 37) is elastically deformed so that the mounting plate 27 is fixed by the plurality of locking claws 39. The locked state is released, and the attached plate 27 is moved in a direction D ′ perpendicular to and away from the surface of the support plate 33. Thereby, the transponder 23 can be detached from the surface of the support plate 33 by a one-touch operation.

  In addition to the above-described operation, the pair of first restricting members 35 restricts the movement of the attached plate 27 in the tire circumferential direction C, and the pair of second restricting members 37 allows the tire width of the attached plate 27 to be adjusted. Since the movement in the direction W is restricted, it is possible to sufficiently suppress the displacement of the transponder 23 caused by various inputs while the pneumatic tire 1 is traveling.

  As described above, according to the first embodiment, the transponder 23 can be attached / detached (attached / detached) to / from the surface of the support plate 33 by a one-touch operation, so that operations such as repair and disposal of the transponder 23 are simplified. In addition, it is possible to improve the work efficiency of repairing and discarding the transponder 23 by shortening the time.

  Further, since it is possible to sufficiently suppress the displacement of the transponder 23 due to various inputs during the traveling of the pneumatic tire 1, the mounting state of the transponder 23 is stabilized and the transponder 23 is less likely to fail.

(Second Embodiment)
A second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 (a) and 4 (b).

  Here, FIG. 4A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 4B is a view of FIG. 4A as viewed from above.

  As shown in FIGS. 4A and 4B, in the second embodiment, another electronic device mounting structure 41 is used instead of the electronic device mounting structure 29 according to the first embodiment. The specific configuration of the electronic device mounting structure 41 is as follows. In the second embodiment, the mounted plate has a circular shape.

  That is, a circular rubber pedestal 43 is attached to the surface of the inner liner 21 by adhesion, and a circular support plate 45 made of hard resin is attached to the surface of the rubber pedestal 43 by adhesion. .

  On the surface of the support plate 45, a pair of arc-shaped first regulating members 47 that regulate the movement of the mounted plate 27 in the tire circumferential direction C are integrally formed by injection molding, and each first regulating member 47 has a first wall surface 47 a that extends in the tire width direction W and can abut against the end surface of the mounted plate 27. A pair of arc-shaped second regulating members 49 that regulate the movement of the mounted plate 27 in the tire width direction W are integrally formed on the surface of the support plate 45 by injection molding. The restricting member 49 has a second wall surface 49 a that extends in the tire circumferential direction C and can contact the end surface of the mounted plate 27. Further, locking claws 51 that can be locked to the attached plate 27 are integrally formed on the distal ends of the pair of second restricting members 49 by injection molding.

  When the attached plate 27 is inserted into the insertion space S defined by the pair of first restricting members 47 and the pair of second restricting members 49 from the direction D orthogonal to the surface of the support plate 45, a pair of The second restricting member 49 is elastically deformed, and the attached plate 27 is locked by the pair of locking claws 51.

  Here, also in 2nd Embodiment, there exists an effect | action and effect similar to 1st Embodiment.

(Third embodiment)
A third embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.

  Here, FIG. 5A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the third embodiment, and FIG. 5B is a view of FIG. 5A as viewed from above.

  As shown in FIGS. 5A and 5B, in the third embodiment, another electronic device mounting structure 53 is used instead of the electronic device mounting structure 29 according to the first embodiment. The specific configuration of the electronic device mounting structure 53 is as follows.

  That is, a rectangular rubber pedestal 55 is attached to the surface of the inner liner 21 by adhesion, and a rectangular support plate 57 made of hard resin is attached to the surface of the rubber pedestal 43 by adhesion. .

  On the surface of the support plate 57, three restricting members 59 for restricting the movement of the mounted plate 27 in the tire circumferential direction C and the tire width direction W are integrally formed by injection molding. A wall surface 59 a that can contact the end surface of the mounting plate 27 is provided. In addition, locking claws 61 that can be locked to the mounted plate 27 are integrally formed on the distal ends of the three regulating members 59 by injection molding.

  When the attachment plate 27 is inserted into the insertion space S defined by the three restriction members 59 from the direction D perpendicular to the surface of the support plate 33, at least one of the restriction members 59 is elastically deformed. Thus, the attached plate 27 is locked by the three locking claws 61.

  Here, also in 3rd Embodiment, there exists an effect | action and effect similar to 1st Embodiment.

(Fourth embodiment)
A fourth embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 6 (a) and 6 (b).

  Here, FIG. 6A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the fourth embodiment, and FIG. 6B is a view of FIG. 6A as viewed from above.

  As shown in FIGS. 6A and 6B, in the fourth embodiment, another electronic device mounting structure 63 is used instead of the electronic device mounting structure 29 according to the first embodiment. The specific configuration of the electronic device mounting structure 63 is as follows. In the second embodiment, the mounted plate 27 has a circular shape.

  That is, a circular rubber pedestal 65 is attached to the surface of the inner liner 21 by adhesion, and a circular support plate 67 made of hard resin is attached to the surface of the rubber pedestal 65 by adhesion. .

  On the surface of the support plate 67, three arc-shaped restricting members 69 that restrict the movement of the attached plate 27 in the tire circumferential direction C are integrally formed by injection molding, and each restricting member 69 is attached to the attached plate 27. A wall surface 69 a that can contact the end surface of the plate 27 is provided. Further, locking claws 71 that can be locked to the mounted plate 27 are integrally formed at the front end side of the three regulating members 69 by injection molding.

  When the attached plate 27 is inserted into the insertion space S defined by the three restricting members 69 from the direction D perpendicular to the surface of the support plate 67, at least one of the restricting members 69 is elastically deformed. Three of them are configured to lock the attached plate 27 by the locking claws 51.

  Here, also in 4th Embodiment, there exists an effect | action and effect similar to 1st Embodiment.

  In addition, this invention is not restricted to description of the above-mentioned embodiment, In addition, it can implement in a various aspect. Further, the scope of rights encompassed by the present invention is not limited to these embodiments.

  A drum test according to an embodiment of the present invention will be briefly described.

  A transponder is attached to the inner liner side of a size 205 / 55R16 passenger car tire by the electronic device mounting structure according to the first embodiment. Next, the passenger car tire is assembled to a 6.5-inch wide rim, and the interior of the passenger car tire is filled with 290 KPa air. Furthermore, the drum test according to the embodiment of the present invention was performed by using a drum having a diameter of 1.7 m and rotating the drum at a speed of 240 km / h for 60 minutes while pressing a passenger car tire against the outer peripheral surface of the drum at 5 kN. Do. After the drum test, it was confirmed that the transponder mounting state was stable.

FIG. 1A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the first embodiment, and FIG. 1B is a view of FIG. 1A viewed from above. 1 is a perspective view of an electronic device mounting structure according to a first embodiment. 1 is a partial cross-sectional view of a pneumatic tire according to an embodiment of the present invention. 4A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 4B is a view of FIG. 4A viewed from above. FIG. 5A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the third embodiment, and FIG. 5B is a view of FIG. 5A as viewed from above. 6A is a side view of the electronic device mounting structure according to the fourth embodiment, and FIG. 6B is a view of FIG. 6A as viewed from above.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Pneumatic tire 21 Inner liner 23 Transponder 25 Transponder main body 27 Mounted plate 29 Electronic apparatus mounting structure 31 Rubber pedestal 33 Support plate 35 1st control member 35a 1st wall surface 37 2nd control member 37a 2nd wall surface 39 Locking claw 41 Electronic device mounting structure 43 Rubber pedestal 45 Support plate 47 First regulating member 47a First wall surface 49 Second regulating member 49a Second wall surface 51 Locking claw 53 Electronic device mounting structure 55 Rubber pedestal 57 Support Plate 59 Restriction member 59a Wall surface 61 Locking claw 63 Electronic device mounting structure 65 Rubber base 67 Support plate 69 Restriction member 69a Wall surface 71 Locking claw

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  1. An electronic device mounting structure for mounting an electronic device provided with a mounted plate made of a rigid material on the bottom side to an inner liner side in a pneumatic tire,
    A support plate attached directly or indirectly to the surface of the inner liner and made of a rigid material;
    A pair of first regulating members provided integrally on the surface of the support plate and regulating movement of the mounted plate in the tire circumferential direction;
    A pair of second restricting members that are integrally provided on the surface of the support plate and restrict movement of the mounted plate in the tire width direction;
    A pair of first restricting members and / or a pair of second restricting members provided integrally on the distal end side of each of the first restricting members and / or a pair of the second restricting members;
    When the attachment plate is inserted into an insertion space defined by a pair of the first restriction members and a pair of the second restriction members from a direction perpendicular to the surface of the support plate, An electronic device mounting structure, wherein a member is elastically deformed, and the mounted plate is locked by a plurality of the locking claws.
  2.   Each of the first restricting members has a first wall surface extending in the tire width direction and capable of contacting the end surface of the attached plate, and each of the second restricting members extends in the tire circumferential direction. 2. The electronic device mounting structure according to claim 1, further comprising a second wall surface capable of contacting the end surface of the mounted plate.
  3. An electronic device mounting structure for mounting an electronic device provided with a mounted plate made of a rigid material on the bottom side to an inner liner side in a pneumatic tire,
    A support plate attached directly or indirectly to the surface of the inner liner and made of a rigid material;
    Three or more regulating members provided integrally on the surface of the support plate and regulating movement of the mounted plate in the tire circumferential direction and the tire width direction;
    A locking claw that is integrally provided on the tip side of at least two of the three or more regulating members, and that can be latched to the mounted plate,
    When the attachment plate is inserted into an insertion space defined by three or more restriction members from a direction orthogonal to the surface of the support plate, any one of the restriction members is elastically deformed, and the plurality of the restriction plates are An electronic device mounting structure, wherein the mounting plate is locked by a locking claw.
  4.   4. The electronic device mounting structure according to claim 3, wherein each of the regulating members has a wall surface capable of contacting an end surface of the mounted plate.
  5. A rubber pedestal attached to the surface of the inner liner by bonding;
    The electronic device mounting structure according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the support plate is attached to a surface of the rubber pedestal by adhesion.
  6.   6. The electronic device mounting structure according to claim 5, wherein when the green tire is vulcanized, the rubber pedestal is vulcanized and bonded to the surface of the inner liner.
  7.   The electronic device mounting structure according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the rigid material is a light metal or a hard resin.
  8. A pneumatic tire,
    A pneumatic tire comprising the electronic device mounting structure according to any one of claims 1 to 7.


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